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"When you volunteer with AARP you know you are making a difference," said AARP Arkansas Executive Council Member and three-year volunteer Willa Black Sanders, MPA. "It matters. And there is so much work to do."
“I’ve always been interested in helping out with issues for the aging,” said AARP Arkansas Volunteer Lead for Advocacy Charlie Wagener. “Volunteering for AARP enables me to work on a variety of issues—financial security, health care, you name it. It’s an effective way to give back to my community.”
AARP Arkansas is looking for experienced public speakers to help facilitate some of our programs and make presentations.
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http://youtu.be/Wa5jlx_tAyQ[/youtube]As we marked the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, organizations like AARP encouraged people to honor the day by volunteering in their communities. AARP Arkansas State Director Maria Reynolds-Diaz was featured on THV11 in Little Rock about this special day and ideas for volunteering.
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